Friday, May 24, 2019

Dognapping accused can’t escape long arm of social media law

Osoyoos Mounties are crediting the power of social media for the safe return of a purloined pooch. Last Friday, an employee at Shoppers Drug Mart...

Meadowlark opens window on South Okanagan’s natural world

The birds, animals and fauna populating South Okanagan's grand vistas will play a leading role as the 2019 Meadowlark Nature Festival opens Thursday morning. The...

Richter Creek fire continues to grow, still listed as ‘out of control’

Thirteen more properties are under an evacuation alert this morning as a wildfire just west...

IHA cancels its cancellation of Oliver ER services

Less than two hours after providing a "public service advisory" announcing the South Okanagan General...

Firefighters dealing with blaze west of Osoyoos

The early threat that is this season's wildfire worry was manifest close to home this...

SOGH emergency room to be shuttered — again — Tuesday

What has become an infrequent but common service shutdown will occur again Tuesday at South...

PRH Tower’s namesake passes after seeing dream realized

By Joe Fries Special to OsoyoosToday As well-known as he became for his largesse, it seems the...

Parks Canada schedules quartet of park information sessions

On the heels of an evening of talk that largely opposed a proposed national park...

Town brings bylaw services in-house

Council will have a new Bylaw Enforcement supervisor joining the municipal team next week. The Town...

Council elects fencing to provide for Cottonwood safety

The Town of Osoyoos will spend almost $13,000 to fence off a portion of Cottonwood...

Anarchist dedicates weekend to preparing for wildfire

Denis Thomson didn't know it when he got started, but his Anarchist Mountain home was...

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